Since graduating in August 2008 with a strong 2:1 in Finance and Accounting I’ve had a few internship positions with some accounting firms and aside form also running the operations of my family’s company I’m finding it ever more difficult to secure some form of reasonable employment (obviously).
Thus I’ve decided to apply for an MSc programme on the basis of gaining a
• a comprehensive grasp of the principles and applications of finance
• technical and conceptual skills
• broad experience of quantitative techniques
• a focus on financial issues in all industry sectors
• gain professional exemption
• Derivative, Foreign Exchange and project management expertise
Hence I’ve been accepted to ICMA(Reading) for MSc Investment Management and MSc International Securities and Investment banking.
However I find the programmes at Cass Business School, MSc International Banking and Finance and Investment Management not only challenging but potentially more rewarding giving the status of the institution.
Has anyone got any experience or knowledge regarding the MSc programmes at Cass.
I have also applied to LSE and Imperial for their MSc Finance courses.